[R] ESS does not recognize installed libraries
thchung at tgen.org
Tue Jul 6 12:04:52 CEST 2004
For this part, I am not quite sure because I don't know how internal
implementation of ESS handles R under Emacs.
It is definitely a possibility that stand-alone version of R and
ESS-version of R can use a little bit different library paths.
However, I don't think R program itself is different between
stand-alone version and ESS-version.
On Jul 6, 2004, at 2:58 AM, Sean Davis wrote:
> Are you sure that the R executable is the same when used "stand-alone"
> in ESS?
> On 7/6/04 5:12 AM, "Tae-Hoon Chung" <thchung at tgen.org> wrote:
>> Hi, all. Something strange happened to my ESS.
>> I use Mac OS X. When R is used in stand alone mode, it recognizes
>> external libraries like "affy", "e1071" etc.
>> However, when R is invoked through ESS in Emacs, it produces errors
>> Error in library(affy) : There is no package called 'affy'
>> Interestingly, I remember I successfully used these libraries through
>> ESS in Emacs before.
>> I became unable to use these libraries at one moment but I don't
>> anything strange happened before that.
>> This kind of strange thing happened sometimes to my R.
>> In those cases, things restored smoothly when the system is restarted.
>> However, this time, this trick does not work.
>> Thanks in advance
>> Tae-Hoon Chung, Ph.D
>> Post-doctoral Research Fellow
>> Molecular Diagnostics and Target Validation Division
>> Translational Genomics Research Institute
>> 1275 W Washington St, Tempe AZ 85281 USA
>> Phone: 602-343-8724
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Tae-Hoon Chung, Ph.D
Post-doctoral Research Fellow
Molecular Diagnostics and Target Validation Division
Translational Genomics Research Institute
1275 W Washington St, Tempe AZ 85281 USA
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